Shochu, one of Japan’s most beloved liquors, is commonly made from sweet potatoes and grains (e.g. rice or barley), and the Melody Crane Crawl Single Cask Kozuru is a special shochu bottle released in 1957 and was matured in oak barrel in Japan for 10 years. This bottle was reserved and selected by Komasa Jyozo Co. Ltd., a Kagoshima-based shochu company that has been around since 1883. Kagoshima is the heart of shochu in Japan, so you know you’re getting the best and most authentic Japanese shochu with this bottle!
Melody Crane Crawl Single Cask Kozuru
- EUR: € 362.16
- GBP: £ 324.20
- JPY: ¥ 50,676
- SGD: $500.84
- AUD: $537.64
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- JPY: ¥ 180,988
- SGD: $1,788.75
- AUD: $1,920.17
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